Chapter 9:
The Yoga of  Confidentiality:
On the Confidential Knowledge.

Shlokas 26 to 31.

 

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shloka 26

patram puspam phalam toyam
yo me bhaktyâ prayacchati
tad aham bhakty-upahrtam
asnâmi prayatâtmanah

Whoever offers Me a leaf, a flower, a fruit and water with devotion, that offer brought from the heart by a soul of good habits I accept.

shloka 27

yat karosi yad asnâsi
yaj juhosi dadâsi yat
yat tapas yasi kaunteya
tat kurusva mad-arpanam

Whatever you do,whatever you eat,whatever you offer, whatever you give away or whatever austerity you're in, o son of Kuntî, do that as an offering towards Me.

shloka 28

subhâsubha-phalair evam
moksyase karma-bandhanaih
sannyasa-yoga-yuktâtmâ
vimukto mâm upaisyasi

Thus you will be freed from the auspicious and inauspicious consequences of being bound by karma and liberated in having your mind set on the renunciation in this yoga, you will attain Me.

shloka 29

samo ham sarva-bhûtesu
na me dvesyo 'sti na priyah
ye bhajanti tu mâm bhaktyâ
mayi te tesu câpy aham

I am equal to all living entities, no one is disliked or favored by Me, but those persons who render transcendental service to Me in devotion are in Me and I also certainly am [partially] in them.

shloka 30

api cet sudurâcâro
bhajate mâm ananya-bhâk
sâdhur eva sa mantavyah
samyag vyavasito hi sah

Even if one committing the most abominable action is engaged in devotional service unto Me without deviation, is he to be considered a saint as he is complete in his determination.

shloka 31

ksipram bhavati dharmâtmâ
sasvac-chântim nigacchati
kaunteya pratijânîhi
na me bhaktah pranasyati

Very soon he becomes righteous and attains lasting peace, o son of Kuntî; do proclaim that my devotee never perishes!

 

 

           

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Chapter 9:
The Yoga of Confidentiality:
On the Confidential Knowledge.

Verses 26 to 31.

Text 26

Whoever offers Me a leaf, a flower, a fruit and water with devotion, that offer brought from the heart by a soul of good habits I accept.

Text 27

Whatever you do,whatever you eat,whatever you offer, whatever you give away or whatever austerity you're in, o son of Kuntî, do that as an offering towards Me.

Text 28

Thus you will be freed from the auspicious and inauspicious consequences of being bound by karma and liberated in having your mind set on the renunciation in this yoga, you will attain Me.

Text 29

I am equal to all living entities, no one is disliked or favored by Me, but those persons who render transcendental service to Me in devotion are in Me and I also certainly am [partially] in them.

Text 30

Even if one committing the most abominable action is engaged in devotional service unto Me without deviation, is he to be considered a saint as he is complete in his determination.

Text 31

Very soon he becomes righteous and attains lasting peace, o son of Kuntî; do proclaim that my devotee never perishes!

Complete version of this chapter (9) in Sanskrit, word-for-word and translation

 

     

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